4D printing produces a living polymer network that can be printed into 3D shapes and then broken down into its monomer units for reuse.
Detecting black hole radiation with future telescopes
Finding the Universe’s first black holes with the help of Hawking radiation.
String theory may offer an alternative to dark energy
A new study evaluates gravity using string theory, a promising candidate for describing particle interactions at their most fundamental level.
Could black holes be dark energy?
Astronomers looking at how black holes grow over time may have found the answer to one of the biggest problems in cosmology.
Explaining the “universe breaker” galaxies discovered by the James Webb Telescope
Astronomers report recent observation of six massive galaxies that according to our current understanding of the Universe should not exist at all.
Laser-assisted 4D printing could open new avenues in science and technology
4D printing of metallic shape-morphing systems can be applied in many fields, including aerospace, smart manufacturing, naval equipment, and biomedical engineering.
How does classical physics arise from quantum mechanics?
Emergence of classicality states that a quantum description of a large object must be the same as its classical description, but this isn’t always so…
An important step toward the theory of superconductivity
Understanding room temperature superconductivity one step closer thanks to researchers looking at the effects of pressure.
Entangling particles helps improve the accuracy of quantum measurements
Using 19 different quantum computers, scientists demonstrate how entangled particles break limitations in accuracy on the sub-atomic scale.
Searching for dark matter in our solar system
Sending atomic and nuclear clocks into the inner reaches of our solar system could help scientists find proof of elusive dark matter.